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Christians Must Read

Christians Must Read

Donald Whitney, in his book, Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life writes, “Watching television is so much easier than choosing a good book, reading words, creating your own mental images, and relating it to your life. Television decides for you what will be presented, speaks the words to you, shows you its own images, and tells you what… Continue Reading

Invitation to the (Devotional) Classics

Invitation to the (Devotional) Classics

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Invitation to the (Devotional) Classics You can read more posts from the series by using the Contents in the right sidebar.

Who knows how many volumes have been written by Christians through the centuries? Spurgeon’s works alone are 63 volumes, which are equivalent to the ninth edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Unlike Spurgeon’s works, not every Christian’s writings have been preserved, or been worth preserving. Wesley said we ought to be people of one book, but students… Continue Reading